Link: Comic 103
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Title: Steve's unfeasible afterlife adventure - part 14
Date: August 26, 2005
Summary: Beaver rummages through deceased Steve's things and waxes nostalgic.
Onomatopoeias used: None
Number of panels: 6
Beaver is standing next to a box of Steve's stuff.
Beaver: "Oh Steve..."
Beaver is holding a picture of Steve, who appears to be flying.
Beaver: "...I miss you so much!"
Beaver is holding a toy train locomotive and a purple box with a skull on it.
Beaver: "Look at all your toys...they remind me of how happy you used to be...your steam train...your home voodoo re-animation kit...if only there was some way I could see you play with them again..."
Beaver, hand thrust triumphantly in the air: "That's it!"
Beaver, playing with toy train: "Choo choo!"
Beaver, thinking: "Hmm...well that didn't work...maybe I should give the voodoo kit a shot..."
The photo of Steve in frame 2 is an homage to a strip of Calvin and Hobbes, wherein Calvin attempts to photograph Hobbes' daily post-school attack in order to prove to his dad that the attacks do, in fact, occur. When the photo comes out, it only looks like a stuffed tiger being thrown at a camera, much as Steve's portrait here looks like a stuffed Steve doll being thrown at a camera.